July 21st 2012
I packed all the things that I had and I got ready to leave to the airport. I found a flight from Bucharest that goes to L'viv. The price of the flight was a total of $202.86 including tax and all. The airline that I flew with was Air-Berlin and it was an economy class. The actual flight of the ticket itself was $87.00 and the taxes on the flight was $103.86. There was also a service fee of $12.00 that I had to pay. I left Bucharest airport at Jul 21, 2012 7:45 AM and I took a connecting flight to Timisoara and I arrived there at 2012 8:50 AM. I then took the flight from Timisoara to L'viv at 2012 3:40 PM and I arrived at L'viv at Jul 21, 2012 4:50 PM. The total time that I was travelling from Bucharest to L'viv was approximately 9 hours and 5 minutes.
The hotel in Lviv that I stayed in was the Reikartz Dworzec Lviv. It was a modest 3 star hotel and the prices started at $51.35 per night. The hotel has a bar, a complimentary hot and cold buffet, an indoor pool, and a sauna. There is high-speed internet that was absolutely free of charge, a multi-lingual staff and laundry facilities.
I stayed at the hotel for four nights. Since I only stayd for four nights, that's how much I was charged for. There were $10.27 in applicable taxes that I had to pay each night that I stayed at the Reikartz Dworzec Lviv. The room that I was able to get was a classic single bed room. For four nights the total for the one bedroom was $246.56. There were $41.08 in taxes that I had to pay and the actual room itself was $205.48.
For the three site seeing destinations that I have chose they were Lychakiv Cemetery, L'viv Theater of Opera and Ballet and. The first itinerary that I saw was the cemetery. The cemetery was a very peaceful and serene place. It was very calming and it was great just for walks. The second place that I went to go see in L'viv was the Lviv Theater of Opera and Ballet. Here I listened to the fat lady sing. There was also a ballet performance that I saw which was magnificent. There was also an underground restaurant that served very nice Borsch soup. The last place that I went to was the captivating St. George's Cathedral. I saw absolutely brilliant architecture mixed with the religious ties of the Orthodox Church. It was one church that I wouldn't forget. I packed my bags the same day and headed to the airport for my next stop which was Warsaw.